Vinery Stallions dominated today’s Rosehill barrier trials with More Than Ready progeny scoring in three and Mossman 2yo Agister recording the fastest trial of the morning.

MORE Than Ready gelding Hidden Gem looks almost certain to keep his perfect first-up record intact after scoring an impressive win at the Rosehill barrier trials tis morning.

The Gai Waterhosue trained 3YO crossed the line with a length to spare ahead of the Chris Waller duo Gigino and Our Corsa.

Hidden Gem debuted with the dazzling all-the-way win at Kembla beating subsequent city winner Buffalo by four lengths.

The Tulloch Lodge gelding was one of three More Than Ready’s to win heats at the trials.

Joining him were stablemate Modonna and John O’Shea’s talented mare Ready Miss.


Meanwhile, Mossman 2YO Agister handed in the most emphatic trial of the morning scorching the turf to set up an easing 4.8-lens win in his 900m heat.

An impressive debut winner at Randwick in October, Agister looks set to continue its winning ways for trainer Alan Denham when returning in the coming weeks.  Agister is one fo 10 individual 2yo winners for Mossman this season, with half that number being Stakes performers.